Join the crowd !May we all stop creating local disturbances soon ...
Yesteryear post much enjoyed. I do hope you feel better soon. (I am well but my blog definitely needs a sickroom, "techinical difficulties" have been diagnosed!).
You have me flipping through my copy of Through the Kitchen Window for the lovely spring menu, although the autumn section is my favourite, that and the winter high tea, and the quinces....
Oh, you poor thing, get well soon!
Oh dear, poor Mrs Cough. Hope you feel better soon.
Lovely flowers, great vase and commiserations.
I hope you get well soon.Happy EasterHelen
Clarice Cliff jug?
No but a similar style from the Honiton pottery.
Time to break out the Buttercup Syrup. Get well soonest.
Hope you're feeling better soon.
Homemade fudge is the cure. I speak as one who knows.
get well soon xxx
Thank you all for your kind wishes. It is traditional for me to be indisposed for my birthday so I'm hoping I have got it in early and will be fully restored and less revolting to listen to by April. At least I can't be bitten by a Japanese tick this year.
Hope you feel better soon.
Dear Lucille, the daffodils are very cheering. Thank you for sharing them with the rest of us, while you recover full health.Yes, hoping you'll be 100% in time for your birthday. xo
Sorry to hear you are Proper Poorly. Surprisingly, I am not, but I suppose everyone deserves the occasional short break between one killer cold and the next. It's been a terrible winter for germs. Don't forget the efficacy of pineapple juice for a tickly uncontrollable cough, and get well soon.
It has been exceptional. I used to pride myself on never getting colds. This year I blame it slightly on the germs circulating in playgroups, nurseries and playgrounds which I am newly exposed to on a regular basis. I've never tried the pineapple cure so thanks for that tip. May you stay germ free now that spring is here.
Cold and wet and windy doesn't help - stay cosy with your lovely daffodils and get well soon!